The Revolution of Marina M. Published by Little, Brown

In Russia, at the dawn of 1916, Marina Makarova has never known what it’s like to be cold or hungry. She has always had the privileges awarded her class, but the coming revolution sweeps her up, and she finds herself marching for rights for workers, food and lodging for all. In the course of turning her back on all she has ever known, Marina falls in love with a poet and soon learns, firsthand, what it’s like to be betrayed herself.  An incredibly rich and detailed story of a young woman becoming an adult in one of the most violent places and times in modern history

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